According to the singer, many comments following the post seemed to suggest there was no room in her life for music anymore. “I think a lot of times people don’t read. Now if you saw my post I put in quotes recording…I’m saying that I’m not going to actively record music,” she said at the launch of Joy FM’s Valentine’s Day event dubbed ‘The Love Experience’.
Becca says she is, however, open to being booked for shows and is willing to tour with her already existing albums. “When was the last time you saw Daddy Lumba and Amakye Dede, release new music but they’re still two of the highest-paid artists.”
Becca revealed plans to quit her career as a “recording” artiste by the end of 2020 on January 4. In a post on all her social media pages, Becca stated that she will be making investments in “worthy and talented” artistes after she takes a bow out of music. The ‘No Away’ singer, in her interview at the press conference said that event organisers can book her for shows adding jokingly that “I’m going to charge you a lot.”
Becca revealed that she has invested in numerous businesses that are also serving as sources of income even after she takes the break at the end of 2020. The ‘African Woman’ hitmaker also added that she would be signing new acts to train and nurture through their journey in music.
“I love my fans but they need to also understand that I am a human being and as a human being I have aspirations I would want to achieve,” she added.